The Cambridge CAE Exam, also known as Cambridge Advanced Certificate, is the next to last exam in the Cambridge English exam suite. This exam is commonly accepted by universities in the UK for advanced study programs. Make a fake Cambridge CAE certificate, buy a Cambridge C1 Advanced certificate, order a fake Cambridge English language certificate.
Like all of the Cambridge English exams, the CAE is a pass/fail test and for those who pass, it delivers a certificate that does not expire. The CAE exam can be either a paper-based test or a computer-based test. In either case, it lasts 235 minutes in total.
The Cambridge Advanced exam tests all four skills: listening, reading, writing, and speaking. It is structured as follows:
Part 1 (90 minutes) – The first section of the CAE tests reading comprehension, grammar, and vocabulary. This part has a total of 56 multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and matching questions divided into 8 subsections. There are about 3,500 words in total to read during this part of the CAE, and all text is drawn from newspapers, magazines, textbooks, advertisements, or other authentic English writing.
Part 2 (90 minutes) – The second part of the Cambridge Advanced exam tests writing ability. There are two prompts of equal length (about 250 words to write). The first prompt is an essay stating your opinion about something. The second prompt you can choose between several options to respond to the information provided.
Part 3 (40 minutes) – The third section of the CAE test is listening comprehension. You listen to radio, television, or other types of native English speech and answer questions about what you heard. Each recording is played two times. There are a total of 30 questions in this part divided into 4 subsections.
Part 4 (15 minutes) – The last section of the CAE tests English speaking ability. Students take this part of the test in pairs, and may be asked to come back to the test center on a different day for this part, depending on the test center. The speaking test is in four short parts: the first two you speak on your own and with the examiner, and the second two you speak with the other candidate. There is a second examiner in the room who takes notes but does not participate in the interview.